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-- let's get back to president Obama's ongoing trip in Asia but we brought it to you last Al white house press secretary Robert Gibbs threatened to pull the president out of an event.
Apple thought has tried to restrict reporters from attending it.
Maps and coupled with the president -- legacy that was performance.
It may be the two events that Americans end up talking about more than the suspended issues at the conference visit.
The bonds is live with us from New Delhi -- -- What exactly it was Robert Gibbs in the foot in the door episode.
Well -- Stewart forget the official treaties and deals between the governments.
That the government leaders.
It was -- peace treaty between Robert Gibbs the White House -- Press Secretary and Indian security officials that have grabbed the headlines here.
The that pool that that the media here we all.
-- we -- collect our resource together in the media pool.
And they're supposed to go -- be able to go in as a single group and videotape and take pictures and trying to get comments from.
And leaders like these in meetings but the Indian security officials tried to limit access the number of American reporters to -- could go into the meeting.
And -- loud argument ensued between US officials and -- -- Robert Gibbs got involved.
He actually put his foot in the door.
Indian officials were pushing security officials pushing against the door he said what are you trying to do here.
Break my foot and then finally the Indian officials relented and allowed all of the American reporters to go go into the meeting and get get the shots and they.
And the no comments but.
What they needed.
You know another vote -- widely reported.
From the president's visit to India was hit dancing First Lady and the president dancing with those youngsters in India.
That -- whether or not he was a good dancer or a bad downside.
A little exasperated by the cut -- -- -- the extent of the coverage it reminds me of when President Bush.
Danced with some African visitors to the White House today we've got back up on the screen now.
It just it -- I put it keep problem here.
-- the substantive issues of the visit to being overridden.
By scenes of the president dancing and -- what -- with -- foot in the middle.
Well you don't very often get this kind of video footage you know president -- -- break out.
In dance and so what had happened.
It is a big -- no question about it and you know the First Lady started it on Saturday when she met with some school children.
And then they met again on Sunday with some school children this time.
She brought the president went there for this event she started to dance.
And the kids got the you know president was reluctant.
But finally -- got the president office made and he started to dance now.
I'll give -- a little off the record school peers Stewart.
Last night I was talking to a senior administration official -- and I don't know what he meant by this but he said you know.
You never want your president to be a better dancer than his wife in these kinds of things.
The bombs diplomat superheated and coming -- -- live from Cynthia.
I -- thanks so much invade great job you're doing out that we appreciate being with a speed of bonds everybody.
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